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Carrier vector 1800 mt blows 15 amp fuse

Runs for two hours then blows a 15 amp blade fuse

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have not heard any response so am assuming this issue has been resolved

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SOURCE: 99 dodge neon # 10 fuse ing feed 15 amp blows out

There's a short in the circut. Check continuity of the wires that feed from that fuse (you'll need a wiring diagram to identify each wire). You've got something that is causing too much amperage to move through the circut and the fuse blows. Make sure the amperage on the fuse is correct for the application (your owner's manual or fuse box diagram should tell you what amperage rating to install in each fuse slot).

Posted on Jul 03, 2009

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SOUNDS LIKE THE ALARM HORN IS SHORTED, CAUSING FUSE TO BLOW.
TRY UNPLUGGING ALARM HORN & SEE IF FUSE STILL BLOWS.
IF IT DOES NOT BLOW, REPLACE ALARM HORN.

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SOURCE: EFI 15 amp fuse keeps blowing, any suggestions?

you either got a shorted wire to the injectors or a injector stuck! or shorted

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SOURCE: i have a 2006 impala

CHECK THE PSI IN THE SYSTEM IF ITS READING MORE THAN 40 PSI OF 134A SOMEONE OVER CHARGED SYSTEM,(CAN BLOW COMPRESSOR) IF THE PSI IS WITHIN PARAMETERS PUT A NEW RELAY IN IF ITS A STANDERT 5 PROG 12V RELAY THE OEE# IS MOST LIKELY ER13 ONCE THE PSI AND RELAY HAVE BEEN CHECKED IF THE FUSE STILL POPS....ITS A SHORT WHICH IS A NIGHTMARE FOR ANY CLASS A MECHANIC....FIND A ELECTRICAL SKIMATIC AND CALL AN AMRATURE PRO....

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Brand new D105 less than 1 hour on unit. Blows 20 amp fuse every time I go to restart after short break from mowing.every time I start I need a new fuse.


The Blade could be out of alignment the resulting binding the shaft causing massive resistance and stalling. You could be over loading with your method of mowing, Or there could be a dead short. In what gear are you in? do you ever clean out the blade area? it could be so full...
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I have a ford transit flatbed and a 15 amp small blade fuse in the cab fuse box keeps blowing while driving when it blows the engine cuts out and when you turn the key to restart nothing happens at all...


Well u will need an amp meter that will check out the current thru fuse with nothing on " multi function" besides the motor running and see if it solves your problem and tell us your current reading .

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Honda metropolitan 05 Met II blowing 15 amp fuse


Did the scooter start OK when you first started it after bringing it out of storage, or did you have to use the kick starter? Maybe the battery is faulty and is pulling a lot of power.
Check the charge rate with an ammeter (use a multimeter that can measure 20 Amps DC) and see if the current exceeds the 15A rating of the fuse. If it does, replace the battery.

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2002 tracker,keeps blowing 15 amp fuse that runs heatr fan and lets car shift out of park


I looked at the wiring diagrams and those two circuits should be on two different fuses.
The shift lock solenoid is powered by the 10amp turn signal fuse and the 15amp stop light fuse. If the fuse blows when you put it in park, I would say the shift lock solenoid is the problem and the stop light fuse is the one that is blowing.
The heater fan and relay are powered by a 60amp fuse and a 15amp fuse but not the stop light fuse.
Its possible there is a short some where that has connected these two circuits.
You could disconnect the shift lock solenoid to see if the fuse still blows.

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1984 Chevy 350 has two fusible links,one foe ignition the other for headlights which is blown. Can I replace with a blade fuse and what amperage is equal to the wire gauge that is on the original?


Fusible links work much differently than blade fuses, they can tolerate a large load without melting, this is why they are used for high amp draw systems. You can't substitute the blade fuses, they will blow repeatedly if you do. Fusible links are very cheap and all auto parts stores have them, they go by color to indicate what the amp rating is, wire gauge is not used. So the bottom line hear is you can use blade fuses but they will likely blow often, you will need fusible links (Green) or 30 or 20 amp fuses. Here is the color breakdown of all fusible links.
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1996 Ranger alternator tests prove it to be OK. Truck starts and runs; alternator puts out what appears to be excessive power (14.2 amps) to a nearly -fully-charged battery. The alternator charge warning...


I would replace the alternator. The test might of proved it was ok but that just checks to make sure its putting out the amperage its rated at. Sounds like its shorted internally and putting out full amps all the time.

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My 1997 honda accord radio screen is blank only the red power button is on and the clock above radio is dim and resets itself everytime i start the car, i check the fuse box inside the car and all fuses...


If it's fuse 36, it should have a 15 amp fuse.
Do not confuse this fuse with the radio backup fuse, which is 7.5 amps but runs a lot of other circuits.
Put in a 15 amp fuse.
If it burns, the lighter may have a short.
See diagrams at link below.
http://www.revbase.com/BBBMotor/Wd/DownloadPdf?id=4576

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Blowing 20 amp fuse


Hi that fuse should be a 25 amp and it runs the blower, heater, the day time running lamps, automatic light control and the rear defogger you would have to check each unit at a time what I would do is put a hire fuse and look for smoke on the wiring as soon as iI see whats burning I take the fuse off but you have to be quick and pull out the fuse before any thing burns if not check each unit mention and look for good luck.

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Continuos blowing 15 amp fuse


for a short fix it will work, but more than likely will blow that too eventually, it is that amp for a reason and anytime you are putting a bigger amp fuse in you are putting less protection into that part of the system which could result in the parts on that loop to be damaged.

Usually if the fuses blow constantly there is a short that is doing this, my advice is work out what that fuse is for and investigate that problem than trying to bypass it with heavier fuses.

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